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How Does Minnesota's State Fair Stack Up Against The Rest?We know Minnesota has the best state fair. But, when it comes to age and size how do we compare?
New Police Chief Brings Excitement, Hope To North Mpls.Many who call the city's north side home know the problems with crime, and hope Chief Arradondo will be the one to make reducing the violence a priority
About 100 Paynesville Homes Evacuated After Toxic FirePeople are back in their homes Friday night after an evacuation in a central-Minnesota town.
Brainerd Community Rallies Against HatePeople in central Minnesota are showing solidarity to the people impacted by the violence in Charlottesville.
Goin' To The Lake: Mark, Ali Hit Amery Wis. (Day 2)Mark Rosen and Ali Lucia are in Amery, Wis., for our final summer week of Goin' To The Lake.
Klobuchar Backs Bill To Fund More Prosthetic, Orthotic TrainingMany states, including Minnesota, face a shortage of prosthetics and orthotics clinicians -- and Sen. Amy Klobuchar is trying to change that.
Mpls. Council Sends Plastic Bag Ordinance Back To CommitteeCouncil president Barb Johnson suggested the move, saying that small businesses have concerns.
Couple's Leap Of Faith Marriage Blossomed Into A Lifetime Of LoveDave and Elizabeth Weinlick said "I do" just minutes after meeting each other in 1998 inside the Mall of America. On Friday, the Woodbury couple renewed their vows in the place where their love story began.
Inside Amazon's 850K Square Foot, Robot-Staffed Fulfillment CenterYou've probably heard by now Amazon moved into Minnesota. The first fulfillment center in the state opened a year ago, but on Friday they opened their doors for others to see inside.
NWS Data Sheds Light On 8-Confirmed Tornadoes In 1 DayThe National Weather Service has released preliminary data on the eight-confirmed tornadoes that struck central and south-central Minnesota Wednesday.
Fargo Man Called 'Crazy Nazi' By Family Plans Pro-White Rally In HometownA Fargo man planning a pro-white rally in his hometown said Friday that the demonstration won't be violent.
Charges: Man Stabbed Wife 30 Times In Front Of KidsA 34-year-old Brooklyn Park man is accused of stabbing his wife up to 30 times earlier this week in front of her kids during an argument.

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